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Conference at Boğaziçi: “Social Cognition” (16-17/12/2016)

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The Second Annual Arda Denkel Memorial Conference

“Social Cognition”


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All talks held in NH203. Everyone welcome.

Friday, 16/12/2016

12.50-13.00     Introduction: Stephen Voss (Philosophy, Boğaziçi)

13.00-14.10     Bill Wringe (Philosophy, Bilkent)
“Things We Can Get Excited About: Shared Emotions and Other Minds”

14.10-15.20     Terry T. Eskenazi (Psycology, Koc)
“Social Influence and Metacognition.”

15.30-16.40     Michael Schmitz (Philosophy, Vienna)
“Joint Attention and Understanding Others”

16.40-17.50     Gaye Soley (Psychology, Boğaziçi)
“Children’s representations of social groups”

18.00               Dinner: BUMED

Saturday, 17/12/2016

13.00-14.10     Lucas Thorpe (Philosophy, Boğaziçi)
“Why should a Kantian care about Social Cognition?”

14.10-15.20     Annette Hohenberger (Cog-Sci, ODTU)
“Effects of joint action on timing and co-representation: Explorations with                                the social Simon Task

15.30-16.40     Angelica Kaufman. (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen. Lichtenberg-                                                                            Kolleg/Leibniz Institute for Primate Research)
“Unobservable Goals”

16.40-17.50     Jedediah Allen (Psychology, Bilkent)
“An action-based approach to social cognition”

18.00               Dinner: Bakar

Support for this event was provided by Lucas Thorpe’s TÜBİTAK project “Concepts and Beliefs: From Perception to Action” ( 114K348) and by the Boğaziçi University Rector’s Conference support fund.


Written by Lucas Thorpe

December 11, 2016 at 7:45 pm

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